Article 49 of the Treaty on European Union establishes how a country can join the EU.
The coronavirus crisis has left many companies in a worse position to prepare for Brexit than they were ahead of a possible no-deal outcome in 2019.
Five options for the UK and EU to secure more time after the 31 December deadline.
How the Northern Ireland protocol might work and the challenges of ensuring it is operational before the end of the transition period.
A divided cabinet and battles between parliament and government revealed tensions in the civil service’s duty to “serve the government of the day”.
On 25 February 2020, the EU published its mandate for negotiations with the UK on the future relationship.
The EU has published its draft negotiating objectives and the UK has set out its own opening position in a written ministerial statement.
By the end of 2020/21 the government is expecting to have spent up to £8.1bn on preparing for Brexit and the end of the transition period.
The most complicated Brexit tasks lie ahead and many questions about the UK’s departure are still unanswered.
The Brexit transition is the period in which the UK is no longer a member of the EU but remains a member of the single market and customs union.